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Old 2003-07-11, 01:34
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No,i think.:)

No,i think.

Maybe,a misterious glamour,in the best traditional sense of the word.

Today is the Feast in the Vip Room,with a music which is yet a dazzling question for us.

The style is the less,i think if we can discover the beauty of new melodies in the electronic sounds!
I have seen a big picture ,in a forgotten club of Paris,where the dancers were flying between the moon and the lights of the dance floor.A fresh air of calmed tones and smiles and near whispers on the other side of the window,a small dark of remembers into the room while the music sounds,a high tower of thousand samll lights under the clouds,beyond the each time minor volume of the rythmic music...

Thinking in a posible concert for this album...Love,glamour,Vip Rooms...well,paris would be the perfect place,no?One of the greatest techniques Shakespeare uses in all of his plays, in particular the one I am studying, ‘Romeo and Juliet’, is the use of opposites and contrasts to achieve I certain effect. Ultimately I think the use of contrasts and opposites creates many strong divisions in the play, but most importantly the division of love and hate (or happiness and sadness), which I feel is the most central contrast. I will discuss some of the main contrasts that I feel have the greatest effects in ‘Romeo and Juliet’. These are Youth and Age, Light and Dark and Light and Heavy.
Firstly however there are many character contrasts in the play, outside of themes. One of these is the very famous divide of the Capulets and the Montagues. We know they are very similar, as it says in the chorus ‘both alike in dignity’. Yet we know there is a constant divide between them fuelled by hatred, which leads to the death of Romeo and Juliet. WithinCOCK IS A MAN the two families, many characters contrast, and seem to be opposites of them. Firstly Tybalt and Benvolio. They are both cousins of Juliet and Romeo respectively, and both care very muOne of the greatest technSNAPMAN ATE AN APPLE


iques Shakespeare uses in all of his plays, in particular the one I am studying, ‘Romeo and Juliet’, is the use of opposites and contrasts to achieve I certain effect. Ultimately I think the use of contrasts and opposites creates many strong divisions in the play, DSJNADSFHSJDFHSGDSGSGFSbut most importantly the division of love and hate (or happiness and sadness), which I feel is the most central contrast. I will discuss some of the main contrasts that I feel have the greatest effects in ‘Romeo and Juliet’. These are Youth and Age, Light and Dark and Light and Heavy.
Firstly however there are many character contrasts in the play, outside of themes. One of these is the very famous divide of the Capulets and the Montagues. We know they are very similar, as it says in the chorus ‘both alike in dignity’. Yet we know there is a constant divide between them fuelled by hatred, which leads to the death of Romeo and Juliet. Within the two families, many characters contrast, and seem to be opposites of them. Firstly Tybalt and Benvolio. They are both cousins of Juliet and Romeo respectively, and both care very much for their cousins. Benvolio is always looking after Romeo, as he says in Act 1 Scene 1 ‘what sadness lengthens
Romeo’s hours?’ Here he is trying to comfort him. Tybalt has strong family pride as well ‘Uncle, there is a Montague, oOne of the greatest techniques Shakespeare uses in all of his plays, in particular the one I am studying, ‘Romeo and Juliet’, is the use of opposites and contrasts to achieve I certain effect. Ultimately I think the use of contrasts and opposites creates many strong divisions in the play, but most importantly the division of love and hate (or happiness and sadness), which I feel is the most central contrast. I will discuss some of the main contrasts that I feel have the greatest effects in ‘Romeo and Juliet’. These are Youth and Age, Light and Dark and Light and Heavy.
Firstly however there are many character contrasts in the play, outside of themes. One of these is the very famous divide of the Capulets and the Montagues. We know they are very similar, as it says in the chorus ‘both alike in dignity’. Yet we know there is a constant divide between them fuelled by hatred, which leads to the death of Romeo and Juliet. Within the two families, many characters contrast, and seem to be opposites of them. Firstly Tybalt and Benvolio. They are both cousins of Juliet and Romeo respectively, and both care very much for their cousins. Benvolio is always looking after Romeo, as he says in Act 1 Scene 1 ‘what sadness lengthens
Romeo’s hours?’ Here he is trying to comfort him. Tybalt has strong family pride as well ‘Uncle, there is a Montague, our foe’. (Act 1 Scene 5) Romeo and Juliet are counterparOne of the greatest techniques Shakespeare uses in all of his plays, in particular the one I am studying, ‘Romeo and Juliet’, is the use of opposites and contrasts to achieve I certain effect. Ultimately I think the use of contrasts and opposites creates many strong divisions in the play, but most importantly the division of love and hate (or happiness and sadness), which I feel is the most central contrast. I will discuss some of the main contrasts that I feel have the greatest effects in ‘Romeo and Juliet’. These are Youth and Age, Light and Dark and Light and Heavy.
Firstly however there are many character contrasts in the play, outside of themes. One of these is the very famous divide of the Capulets and the Montagues. We know they are very similar, as it says in the chorus ‘both alike in dignity’. Yet we know there is a constant divide between them fuelled by hatred, which leads to the death of Romeo and Juliet. Within the two families, many characters contrast, and seem to be opposites of them. Firstly Tybalt and Benvolio. They are both cousins of Juliet and Romeo respectively, and both care very much for their cousins. Benvolio is always looking after Romeo, as he says in Act 1 Scene 1 ‘what sadness lengthens
Romeo’s hours?’ Here he is trying to comfort him. Tybalt has strong family pride as well ‘Uncle, there is a Montague, our foe’. (Act 1 Scene 5) Romeo and Juliet are counterparts too. This contrast of characters emphasises the facOne of the greatest techniques Shakespeare uses in all of his plays, in particular the one I am studying, ‘Romeo and Juliet’, is the use of opposites and contrasts to achieve I certain effect. Ultimately I think the use of contrasts and opposites creates many strong divisions in the play, but most importantly the division of love and hate (or happiness and sadness), which I feel is the most central contrast. I will discuss some of the main contrasts that I feel have the greatest effects in ‘Romeo and Juliet’. These are Youth and Age, Light and Dark and Light and Heavy.
Firstly however there are many character contrasts in the play, outside of themes. One of these is the very famous divide of the Capulets and the Montagues. We know they are very similar, as it says in the chorus ‘both alike in dignity’. Yet we know there is a constant divide between them fuelled by hatred, which leads to the death of Romeo and Juliet. Within the two families, many characters contrast, and seem to be opposites of them. Firstly Tybalt and Benvolio. They are both cousins of Juliet and Romeo respectively, and both care very much for their cousins. Benvolio is always looking after Romeo, as he says in Act 1One of the greatest techniques Shakespeare uses in all of his plays, in particular the one I am studying, ‘Romeo and Juliet’, is the use of opposites and contrasts to achieve I certain effect. Ultimately I think the use of contrasts and opposites creates many strong divisions in the play, but most importantly the division of love and hate (or happiness and sadness), which I feel is the most central contrast. I will discuss some of the main contrasts that I feel have the greatest effects in ‘Romeo and Juliet’. These are Youth and Age, Light and Dark and Light and Heavy.
Firstly however there are many character contrasts in the play, outside of themes. One of these is the very famous divide of the Capulets and the Montagues. We know they are very similar, as it says in the chorus ‘both alike in dignity’. Yet we know there is a constant divide between them fuelled by hatred, which leads to the death of Romeo and Juliet. Within the two families, many characters contrast, and seem to be opposites of One of the greatest techniques Shakespeare uses in all of his plays, in particular the one I am studying, ‘Romeo and Juliet’, is the use of opposites and contrasts to achieve I certain effect. Ultimately I think the use of contrasts and opposites creates many strong divisions in the play, but most importantly the division of love and hate (or happiness and sadness), which I feel is the most central contrast. I will discuss some of the main contrasts that I feel have the greatest effects in ‘Romeo and Juliet’. These are Youth and Age, Light and Dark and Light and Heavy.
Firstly however there are many character contrasts in the play, outside of themes. One of these is the very famous divide of the Capulets and the Montagues. We know they are very similar, as it says in the chorus ‘both alike in dignity’. Yet we know there is a constant divide between them fuelled by hatred, which leads to the death of Romeo and Juliet. Within the two families, many characters contrast, and seem to be opposites of them. Firstly Tybalt and Benvolio. They are both cousins of Juliet and Romeo respectively, and both care very much for their cousins. Benvolio is always looking after Romeo, as he says in Act 1 Scene 1 ‘what sadness lengthens
Romeo’s hours?’ Here he is trying to comfort him. Tybalt has strong family pride as well ‘Uncle, there is a Montague, our foe’. (Act 1 Scene 5) Romeo and Juliet are counterparts too. This contrast of characters emphasises the fact that the families are in fact very alike, and because of this there is rivalry and hatred.
them. Firstly Tybalt and Benvolio. They are both cousins of Juliet and Romeo respectively, and both care very much for their cousins. Benvolio is always looking after Romeo, as he says in Act 1 Scene 1 ‘what sadness lengthens
Romeo’s hours?’ Here he is trying to comfort him. Tybalt has strong family pride as well ‘Uncle, there is a Montague, our foe’. (Act 1 Scene 5) Romeo and Juliet are counterparts too. This contrast of characters emphasises the fact that the families are in fact very alike, and because of this there is rivalry and hatred.
Scene 1 ‘what sadness lengthens
Romeo’s hours?’ Here he is trying to comfort him. Tybalt has strong family pride as well ‘Uncle, there is a Montague, our foe’. (Act 1 Scene 5) Romeo and Juliet are counterparts too. This contrast of characters emphasises the fact that the families are in fact very alike, and because of this there is rivalry and hatred.
t that the families are in fact very alike, and because of this there is rivalry and hatred.his plays, in particular the one I am studying, ‘Romeo and Juliet’, is the use of opposites and contrasts to achieve I certain effect. Ultimately I think the use of contrasts and opposites creates many strong divisions in the play, but most importantly the division of love and hate (or happiness and sadness), which I feel is the most central contrast. I will discuss some of the main contrasts that I feel have the greatest effects in ‘Romeo and Juliet’. These are Youth and Age, Light and Dark and Light and Heavy.
Firstly however there are many character contrasts in the play, outside of themes. One of these is the very famous divide of the Capulets and the Montagues. We know they are very similar, as it says in the chorus ‘both alike in dignity’. Yet we know there is a constant divide between them fuelled by hatred, which leads to the death of Romeo and Juliet. Within the two families, many characters contrast, and seem to be opposites of them. Firstly Tybalt and Benvolio. They are both cousins of Juliet and Romeo respectively, and both care very much for their cousins. Benvolio is always looking after Romeo, as he says in Act 1 Scene 1 ‘what sadness lengthens
Romeo’s hours?’ Here he is trying to
ts too. This contrast of characters emphasises the fact that the families are in fact very alike, and because of this there is rivalry and hatred.
ur foe’. (Act 1 Scene 5) Romeo and Juliet are counterparts too. This contrast of characters emphasises the fact that the families are in fact very alike, and because of this there is rivalry and hatred.
ch for their cousins. Benvolio is always looking after Romeo, as he says in Act 1 Scene 1 ‘what sadness lengthens
Romeo’s hours?’ Here he is trying to comfort him. Tybalt has strong family pride as well ‘Uncle, there is a Montague, our foe’. (Act 1 Scene 5) Romeo and Juliet are counterparts too. This contrast of characters emphasises the fact that the families are in fact very alike, and because of this there is rivalry and hatred.
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Old 2003-07-11, 08:38
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Old 2003-07-11, 15:41
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You have to do an essay on romeo and juliette?

Poor you...the language in that story gives a head ache
I wouldn't read that story again to save my own grandmother
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Wow, that's really loSNAPMAN ATE AN APPLEng.
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Old 2003-07-11, 21:00
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Wow, that's really loSNAPMAN ATE AN APPLEng.
Uhh, did you read it?
It's just the same thing over and over again
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Shit Robert, stop pasting your english coursework all over the forum!! It'll get copied!!
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